Mathematical Physics


Formulas Prove Big Bang-Universe Is Visible Hologram Of Gravity

Authors: Dan Visser

A new universe is described, which comprehends the Big Bang-universe as a visible hologram of gravity. This hologram eternally orbits within the time-torus-universe (rTTU). Formulas prove this. The formulas are described in this paper. This causes dynamics, which relate to a light-torus, and which emerges per up-scaled Planck-scale to larger scales, but it is also accompanied by the rotation of quantum-gravity and dark matter-force. The result of the formulas show that the light-torus has a constant rotation of half the light-speed. Moreover, it contracts (+) or expands(-), which is dependent on the features (+) or (-) of the dark matterforce, also involved in the rTTU. But also quantum-gravity-force is involved. So, due to these dynamics the Big Bang-universe is not only a hologram of light, but actually a visible hologram of gravity. Then the question arises: How do neutrinos act in this rotating timetorus- universe? Neutrinos are not supposed to move faster-than-the-light-speed in a standalone Big Bang-universe, but in the rTTU violation of the light-speed is dependent on whether the dark matter-acceleration is stronger than the smallest quantum-gravity-acceleration in the rTTU. If so, then neutrinos hurl away from the visible hologram of gravity. That seems a violation of the GRT, but actually it isn’t, because ‘faster-than-light-neutrinos’ stay in the rTTU. Due to this new physics and formulas three calculations are made: An orbit-time of a light-torus, which explains why there exists a CMB-dipole. A calculation of an orbit-time of the quantum-gravity-torus, which explains why there exist CMB hot- and cold areas. A calculation of an orbit-time of the dark matter-torus, which explains why a series of shifted ‘concentric circles’ is showing-up in the CMB (up to 350). And at last I explain what the ‘cold spot’ in the CMB really is in perspective of the rotating time-torus-universe (rTTU).

Comments: 9 Pages. Version-2 removed a typing error, with no consequences for the results

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[v1] 2015-06-27 08:58:31
[v2] 2016-01-14 14:12:31

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